CHANGING DEMAND IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

  • 07 march 2024
  • 09:00
  • LOCATION: NBC CONGRESCENTRUM
  • Nieuwegein
  • THE NETHERLANDS

CHANGING DEMAND IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT  

We shall dedicate our first event of 2024 to the energy demand in the built environment. This demand will rapidly have to change. First of all, heat demand - which is in the Netherlands still to a very large extent being met by natural gas - must be decarbonized. Secondly, in order to do so, demand for heat by households and buildings also needs to decrease significantly, which implies taking insulation measures.

Furthermore, power demand is likely to increase, e.g. by the installation of heat pumps and the purchase of electric vehicles. At the same time more and more households produce part of their electricity from their own rooftop solar panels, resulting in more variability in the demand for power from the grid. Can batteries play a role?
And what are the challenges in implementing more district heating? What is the potential for bringing hydrogen to the built environment? And how does this affect residents?

We will discuss such issues and more at our event of March 7th.

These challenges and such more will be the focus of our event on 7th of March 2024, hosted by TNO and EBN.

LOCATION:
NBC CONGRESCENTRUM NIEUWEGEIN
All practical information is listed in the Eventbrite confirmation email you receive after purchasing a ticket.

Registration ends 4 March 2024
 

Agenda

MORNING: PLENARY PROGRAM

09:00 REGISTRATION
09:30 WORDS OF WELCOME
Henk-Jan Vink & Douwe van LeverinkManaging Director TNO - Director Energy Systems EBN
09:40 ENERGY DEMAND IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Reinier KoppelaarDeputy Director Energy Markets, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Change
10:05 GROWING ELECTRICITY DEMAND
David Peters CTO Stedin
10:25 CHANGING HEAT DEMAND
Hans Otten Partner Fakton
10:45 BREAK
11:05 CHANGING GAS DEMAND IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
11:25 BEHAVIOURAL ASPECTS ENERGY DEMAND
Lise Jans Associate Professor in Social and Environmental Psychology University of Groningen
11:45 PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW TO GET OFF NATURAL GAS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
  • Annelies Huygen, Professor Utrecht University, TNO
  • Ismaïl Sarti, Secretary JongRegio 
  • Wendy Dubbeld, Program Manager Stichting Warmtenetwerk
  • Tjalling de Vries, Deputy Head of Energy Transition Built Environment at Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relation
  • Roelof Potters, Program manager district heating Alliander
12:15 NETWORK LUNCH
Location:
NBC Congrescentrum
Blokhoeve 1
3438 LC NIEUWEGEIN
THE NETHERLANDS

AFTERNOON: PLENARY AND FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS

12:25 NETWORK LUNCH
13:45 PARALLEL FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS
  • Heat Transition
  • Financing the Energy Transition
  • Digital Energy
  • Offshore Energy
  • CCUS
  • Hydrogen (NEW)
13:45 HEAT TRANSITION
13:45 Welcome and introduction
13.55 Applicability of the integral approach of Wind op Zee to Warmte-op-Land by Barbara Cox, Blix
14:20 Case of The Hague; How does it currently look and how to fast forward? by Johan Noordhoek, Municipality The Hague, Wouter van den Wildenberg Fakton
14:45 Discussion with expert panel and participants
Panel:

- Joris Wijnhoven, NVDE
- Maurice Thijsen, Ecorys
- Berend Doedens, Heijmans
- Rik Alkema, BAM
- Lydia Hameeteman, Municipality Rotterdam
- Robert van der Lande, Delft
- Detlef Meijer, Gelders Warmte Infrabedrijf

15:25 Wrap-up
13:45 FINANCING THE ENERGY TRANSITION
13.45 Opening by Michiel Engelaar, Director Green Finance Deloitte
13.50 Where to invest? Appraising accumulation of climate risks and financial capacity
14.05 Why act? Convincing homeowners to make energy-efficient investments by Marieke Commandeur Deloitte
14.20 How to engage with citizens on sustainability investments
14.35 Who is eligible? Lessons learned from providing financing for sustainability investments by Janko Lindenbergh, Fund Director Nationaal Warmtefonds
14.50 What works? Legal challenges and solutions to make sustainability investments bankable by Liesbeth Buiter, Partner Clifford Chance
15.05 Panel discussion and Q&A from the audience
13:45 DIGITAL ENERGY
13:45 Welcome
14:00 Grid congestion in the Amsterdam Noord area by Rogier Schoon, Shell ETCA
14:30 GSEU and their platform for uniform geothermal data across Europe by Francesco Pizzocolo, TNO
15:00 Wrap up
15:30 End
13:45 OFFSHORE ENERGY
13.45 Welcome and opening by Rene Peters – focus group leader Offshore EnergyO
13.55
Turbulent times in offshore wind: what’s needed to navigate challenges? Joël Meggelaars, Orsted
14.20 Supply chain challenges for the future growth ambitions of offshore wind in the North Sea, Amarendra Kumar Gorai, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
14.45 Innovative offshore energy storage technology by Daniel Buhagiar, FLASC
15.10 Announcement of a new focus group on System Integration by Andreas TenCate, ISPT
15.25 Final remarks and closing

13:45 CCUS
13:45 Welcome
13:55 TKI CCS narrative development by Brigitte Jacobs, TNO
14:15 Learnings from societal embeddedness studies of the CCUS technology by Marit Sprenkeling, TNO
15:00
CCS development in the Netherlands by Joris de Iongh, EBN 
15:25 Wrap-Up
13:45 HYDROGEN

13:45 Welcome by Joyce Conings NLHydrogen & Jan Prins Siemens Energy
13:50 Introduction of the new focus group session
14:00 Introduction NLHydrogen Association, Joyce Conings NLHydrogen                                    
14:15 How to bring hydrogen to the people by Albert van der Molen, Expert asset management, Stedin
14:30 Perspective from an energy supplier for hydrogen (case study Stad Aardgasvrij & Essent vision on hydrogen in built enviroment by Willem Henskes, Business developer hydrogen, Essent
14:45 The way forward: the future for hydrogen in the built environment by Silvan de Boer Senior business development Eneco                          
15:00 Panel discussion moderated by Ismaïl Sarti, Secretary JongRegio
15:25 Wrap up, reflections & way forward

15:30 BREAK
15:45 FEEDBACK VIEWS FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS
16:15 REFLECTION AND CLOSING REMARKS
16:30 NETWORK DRINKS
18:30 END
Location:
NBC Congrescentrum
Blokhoeve 1
3438 LC NIEUWEGEIN
The Netherlands
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